Ep #28: James Newcomb on Being Authentic, Career Hang Times, and Readiness
The Working Actor's Journey
Today's guest started in the theatre at a very young age, felt adrift and wasn’t exactly sure what he’d do as a young man, and ended up working for years at some of the best theatres in the country. Jamie Newcomb has performed in over 60 Shakespeare plays and 75 other productions. He worked for 14 seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, is a founding company member of Shakespeare & Company, and was an inaugural company member of The Denver Center Theatre, where he remained for 7 seasons. Click here for full show notes and links. Register for Acting the Role: The Macbeth's with Susan Angelo and Bo Foxworth Get your copy of "Keys the Pro's Use to Unlock Any Script" --- The WAJ podcast is designed to show you HOW the work is done, WHAT the realities of the working actor life are like, and to share all the different ways actors have come to this career. There is no one path and no single answer. We want to learn from all of those further down the road, to shorten the learning curve and to discover what helps and what doesn’t when it comes to having a lifelong career as an actor.
trumpetdynamics.live/jamesandsanaThe first episode of Trumpet Dynamics was published in January 2016; and it occurred to me that no one has actually asked me about my own journey on the trumpet.So I asked my wife Sana to ask me some questions about my trumpet career, as well as how the podcast has impacted me personally!Here's what you'll hear in today's episode:-Housekeeping items...02:00Remember the URL trumpetdynamics.liveFind me on the web and subscribe to my daily email newsletter at jamesnewcombontrumpet.com-Sana shares her first memory of James playing trumpet in 2019...10:30-Why music from Sana's native land is so difficult to "get" for a Westerner...15:45-How James got his start on trumpet...18:50-Why James is grateful trumpet hasn't been his only career...25:13-When, where, why and how did James Newcomb begin the Trumpet Dynamics podcast?...32:30-What the podcast has taught James about trumpet and life...35:35-And much more!**I got a cold sore this weekend, and boy did I wish I had some Robinson's Remedies Lip Repair on hand! I'm overseas as I type this, so I didn't have it available. But it's what I rely on to keep my chops in shape. Click here to order a tube of Lip Repair or Lip Renew for yourself.
Midsummer Presentation (3.2) with Anne Gee Byrd and James Newcomb
The Working Actor's Journey
A fantastic workshop of the lover's quarrel from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Enjoy the scene after a month of work and then the cast, director, and dramaturg discuss the process! DIRECTOR: James Newcomb DRAMATURG: Gideon Rappaport HELENA: Anne Gee Byrd HERMIA: Maggi Veltre DEMETRIUS: Michael Kirby LYSANDER: Garrett Botts Prefer to watch the session? Find it here on YouTube! -- Click here to grab an audience spot for our upcoming CHEKHOV session in The Rehearsal Room with director Libby Appel! -- Get your copy of "10 Ways to Stop Worrying and Start Working!" See additional content on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Troilus and Cressida Presentation (3.2) with Marcelo Tubert and James Newcomb
The Working Actor's Journey
We have another special episode today from the vault of scene presentations! From our October 2020 workshop, it's the final evening of "Will you walk in, my lord?" from Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida. And if you enjoy this, know that registration is now OPEN for our next workshop series in April 2021! Plus, save 20% with our Early BARD discount through Sunday, March 21st. Learn more and join The Rehearsal Room now! Troilus and Cressida - Act 3, Scene 2 DIRECTOR: James Newcomb DRAMATURG: Gideon Rappaport TROILUS: Ross Hellwig CRESSIDA: Sapna Kumar PANDARUS: Marcelo Tubert Get your copy of "10 Ways to Stop Worrying and Start Working!" See additional content on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
752: James Newcomb and Jason talk podcasting and business
Contrabass Conversations double bass life
This is an off-the-cuff and laid-back conversation with my friend and fellow podcaster James Newcomb all about what goes on behind the scenes of a podcast. We get into the business of podcasting, nuts and bolts of approaching content, mindset, and much more. Enjoy, and be sure to check out James’ podcast Musicpreneur! Listen to Contrabass Conversations with our free app for iOS, Android, and Kindle! Check out my Beginner's Classical Bass course, available exclusively from Discover Double Bass! Thank you to our sponsors! Dorico - Dorico helps you to write music notation, automatically producing printed results of exceptional quality — and plays it back with breathtaking realism. It is easy enough for anyone to learn, yet has hundreds of advanced notations, features, options and sounds to satisfy even the most demanding professionals. With its streamlined, natural user interface, students and those with less experience in scoring can compose and arrange straight into Dorico, making learning the language of music notation much faster and more intuitive. Editing and making changes — such as instrument, time signature or key — are straightforward, with the notation instantly and correctly adapting to include them, reinforcing the learning outcome. Ear Trumpet Labs - They make hand-built mics out of Portland, OR and they have an excellent mic for upright bass called Nadine. The Nadine is a condenser mic with a clear natural sound and incredible feedback rejection. This mic is a completely new design -- the head mounts in between the strings above the tailpiece with a rubber grommet, and the body securely straps to the tailpiece with velcro elastic. A 14-inch Mogami cable connects the two parts making it easy to place on any bass. It’s durable and holds up to the demanding needs of the instrument while offering excellent sound quality. Ear Trumpet Labs is offering a free t-shirt just for Contrabass listeners with the purchase of a mic, just visit EarTrumpetLabs.com/contrabass to claim yours and check out the Nadine! Practizma - The Practizma practice journal is packed with research based strategies to turn your ho-hum practice into extraordinary practice. Develop your curiosity, discipline, creativity, daring, tenacity and zen. Take a journey with four elements each week: goal setting, reflection prompt, action challenge, and journal pages to track your practice. Curious? Download the introductory chapter of the journal for free - this gives you an idea of what it's all about. Modacity - Are you a practice-savvy musician? Get Modacity – the music practice app that organizes, focuses, and tracks your progress. Recorder… metronome… tone generator… timer… note taking… Do away with the random assortment of music practice apps in your arsenal. Modacity™ combines all the tools you need into one easy to use, music practice tool. Organize, focus, and reflect on your practice – motivating you to increase retention in less time. Modacity has a special offer for Contrabass Conversations listeners that includes lifetime access to the app. Contrabass Conversations production team: Jason Heath, host Michael Cooper and Steve Hinchey, audio editing Mitch Moehring, audio engineer Trevor Jones, publication and promotion Krista Kopper, archival and cataloging theme music by Eric Hochberg
0163: The Professionals Mindset for Success with James Newcomb
Expert Authority Effect™ Interviews with Mario Fachini
Visit www.EAInterviews.com/JamesNewcomb for episode-specific show notes & www.EAInterviews.com for complete show notes of every podcast episode. On today's episode, we learn about: The Professionals Mindset for Success with James Newcomb
Easy School of Hard Knocks with James Newcomb. LF039
Learning on Fire - Education from sharing wisdom not testing
James Newcomb joins me on the Learning on Fire podcast and explores the most important learning and educational moments that shaped his life.Our guest – James Newcomb James Newcomb is a professional musician, specializing on the cornet after a 32 year career on the trumpet which includes his time in the military. He runs a successful podcast production company, and hosts his own podcast titled Screw “The Plan” — and Live Your Life. James welcomes comments and feedback from listeners. You can reach him via email at email@example.com. Questions asked on the Learning on Fire Podcast Interview 1. Who are you? 2. What does your life look like now and how is it different from when you were growing up? 3. What was valuable about your school experience? 4. Which teachers do you remember and why? 5. Who did you admire when you were young? 6. What was it about that person that had such an impact? 7. What was the best piece of advice you have ever been given and who gave it to you? 8. What advice would you give your younger self? 9. What does your future look like? 10. What podcast, book, video, film, song or other resource has had the biggest impact on your life and why? Resources mentioned John Lee Dumas – Entrepreneurs On Fire Podcast Contact information easyschoolofhardknocks.com Twitter & Instagram – @mrjamesnewcomb Show Sponsor National Association for Primary Education The National Association for Primary Education speaks for young children and all who live and work with them. This includes parents, teachers, governors and all those interested in primary education. NAPE is a non-political charity and works tirelessly to support teachers in the classroom as expressed in their ‘Value of Membership’ Document. NAPE leads the Primary Umbrella Group of thirty primary subject associations and unions and gives teachers and schools a voice at governmental level at consultative meetings with ministers for schools. For full details of how they can support you please visit their website at nape.org.uk
Ep.212(from the vault):James Newcomb AKA Jimi the Don - Mindfulness Equals Happiness
A Glass Blower’s Companion with Jason Michael -Helping Today's Glass Artist Think Like an Artistic Entrepreneur
Episode 165: James Newcomb AKA Jimi the Don @mindfulglassworks on Instagram Bio: I was born in Providence, Rhode Island, 16th of June, year of our science, 1980.I dropped out of college to get into business management, traveled around the country for a bit, sold glass for people at shows and festivals and such. Started working with glass as a medium in the late 90s, got into lampworking in 2004, and have been shaping it into a career ever since. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GO TO WWW.WYZGUYMEDIA/RESOURCES FOR A DOWNLOADABLE FILE TO FIND OUT WHAT YOUR BASELINE COST TO MANUFACTURE YOUR PRODUCTS ACTUALLY IS. Home for more Podcast Episodes Sponsors and Support Become a WyzA$$ by supporting the show on Patreon Subscribe to The Flow Magazine use promo code WYZGUY TO RECEIVE 10% OFF NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS Mountain Glass Arts Sales page -------------------------------------------------------------------------- How to calculate cost of production In this example I'm using reference from internet which has material price based on length ..... This is a generic example example 3"-wrap and rake hand pipe Material breakdown : 2" section of simax 25.4 hvy wall ($8.00/60") $0.13per inch or $0.26(2"section) 1/2" section of color cobalt firsts ($5.25/18") $0.15 9" section 4mm clear for raking ($0.52/60") $0.09 Estimated total for cost of Goods 3"wrap and take spoon ($0.26+$0.15+$0.09)=$0.50 Propane/oxygen/power is pennies on the dollar if you're able to get liquid oxygen. If you are renting space you still need to calculate your estimated per hour rate. If you pay $1500.00/mo(power,rent,gas) break it down to per day then estimate how many hours you work in a day and use that number as a base calculation. $1500.00/month (30-day month) is approx $50.00/day (per hour in a 10-hr day) $5.00/hr (gases,power,rent) If you can make 10-$5.00 3" wrap spoons per hour your estimated cost per hour is $10.00/hr (power,rent,gas) $5.00+(material x's 10-hr) $5.00= $10.00/hr. to manufacture 10-$5.00 spoons Net-$50.00(10-$5.00 3" w/r)-$10.00(cost to manufacture)= Gross approx $40.00/hr. In a 8 hr day do the math You can see just by getting a good base line down for estimating your cost to manufacture you have the ability to make anywhere from $30-60.00/hr gross profit Gross= income Net =income-cost to manufacture =profit Now take 15% of your gross and put that aside for TAXES !!!!
"This too shall pass" is a powerful quote we hear when going through a storm in life. Our guest today is in the middle of one and instead of postponing the interview, he shared with us from a place of vulnerability and truth. What do you do when you feel like a failure? How do you move forward? James shares his walk through these questions and the balance between waiting and taking action. We will dive deep into the mindset of overcoming the paralyzing effects of feeling like a failure and how to move forward to embrace a mindset that we are wyred to win? Some topics that we will cover are: Divorce, starting a podcast, wisdom form interviewing many musicians and successful artists and more. Check out the entire interview above or on your favorite podcast app. James Newcomb is a father, musician, podcaster, and entrepreneur.Jame's Morning Routine Turns on the light and burner to make his Kion coffee Counts to 300 while waiting for the water to boil Makes coffee in a french press and opens up the Bible Reads bible gateway on the app on his phone. He reads the featured scripture and the whole chapter. He then reads the Tora followed by the Proverb. He reads from a success type book Walks on the beach when the sun is out or exercises By 8:00 he is ready to go and gives himself the first and best hour of the day to devote to his business Edits and produces podcasts for most to the day Practices When his son is home he exercises indoors and sometimes with his son sitting on his back as a weight as he does pushups. They plank together. Favorite Book: Principles by Ray Dalio Conscious Capitalism Favorite Podcast: Tom Woods Show Links: twitter: mrjamesnewcomb facebook.com/jamesnewcomb.io website: http://JamesNewcomb.io https://getkion.com Music Credit to: Corporate Innovative by Scott Holmes scottholmesmusic.com Our Daily Personal Growth Group --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lvmountaintops/message